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Security a Priority for Home Buyers

So, you’re selling your home? As you’re about to discover, home buyers are seeking out security features at the top of their list of priorities. And even if the prospect of a house sale is far off in the distance, improving the security of your home should be the goal of any home owner (especially since only 14 arrests are made per 100 burglaries – leaving you with little hope of getting any valuables back).
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False Alarms – what are they are and why they happen

DNA Security, Sussex

Your alarm system is designed to alert people to the fact that someone has entered your property, almost certainly without permission, and has trigger the alarm as a consequence. However, what happens if the alarm goes off even though there are no obvious intruders? The reality is that false alarms are a common problem and there are a number of reasons why they occur.
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7 tips to keep you safe when you live alone

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For a lot of us, between the time we fly the nest and move in with the person who forms the other half of our first serious relationship, there comes a time when we live on our own. This also may happen after a relationship break-up, or some people just prefer the solitary life.

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Up your security – how to be at home when you’re not

DNA Security East Sussex

Advanced technology has allowed extremely sophisticated CCTV systems to be created, and the drop in the cost of such systems means that they are now within the price range of most home owners. If you are serious about protecting your home from housebreakers, then you really should have a home security CCTV system installed.

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Want to add value to your home? Then install a home security system

DNA Security East Sussex

Burglars are much more likely to be smart than dumb – especially in this age of increased surveillance. They can spot the signs of a home that is being monitored by a home security system, and they understand that their chances of successfully gaining entry into a home that’s so protected are much slimmer than gaining entry into a home that’s unprotected.

If your neighbourhood is choc-a-bloc with homeowners who take home security seriously, then this creates a much more attractive environment. It will also increase the value of all homes in such a neighbourhood, and when a house comes up for sale it will often sell for more than the national average.
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